This plant has more than one trick in its bag!

by MariaZ_99 on September 19, 2017 - 9:38am

In 2017, we are quite aware of the human’s pollution and the climate changes that are occurring. Some of the effects related to that are the desertification and land degradation due to the global warming. The most known solution for the moment is to reduce the production of carbon dioxygen gas in order to decrease the temperature of the Earth. Nevertheless, there exist other solutions that could also stop the degradation of our environment.

The science article “A review on plant importance, biotechnological aspects, and cultivation challenges of jojoba plant” describes all the benefits of the jojoba plant concerning the climate change, but also about how it can be medically used with a vast range of applications. However, its production comes with some issues that scientists have tried to resolve since 20 years by applying various molecular biological techniques.

It is important to be aware of the other alternatives that the nature offers to resolve the actual climatic’ problems. By knowing the different possibilities, it is easier to take a decision about in what the money and the time is invested. The actions that are posed to stop the problems humans caused to the Earth have to be effective. This is why BioMed Central is publishing such relevant articles to inform the public about the importance of biological research in the humanity’s evolution. To read the article: https://biolres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40659-017-0131-x

The link of the image: https://alchetron.com/Jojoba-3023526-W

Comments

Great title, instantly catch the eye. Good summary of the article, however, I would have liked to hear from all of the benefits of that plant. Give one or two examples just so the reader can have an idea of it's properties (environmental and medical). Same goes for the issues of farming for that plant. I like the link you make with other articles from that same website, it pushes the reader to read more. Overall it was a good article, I simply wish there was some more information on the plant itself. Here is an article you might be interested to look at. https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/10/16/land-management-could-be-key... It talks about how to prevent more carbon emission by using lands more effectively. I think it links to your article because it talks about how plants can have an effect on the environmental changes in the world and both your article and this one are good ideas.

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